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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1899,
Mention 1 Lf;il Evei;l
" AAdt Ai.ltK. A, Ji Aft
H. K..U..U, Iro.n out I'luaaaiit T,r, , )n )(H
w.liill.c;lly r.i.-.day. Uti( ..t,rt.tt ,,, Hl y,)()11
,,,ivi'f llalluwsy, ullli J, M, land HumlMy mt.
K vi-Uk'I at HsIhii nvr Hnmlay.
,11 llorlt'K ss nn ol 1 1 tt lo itu
,1 low ii ( ilUi'im on our iIiitIh j ri-r-
(. t Curvy, ill I'urllsnd, as In (own
,,,iv nlti'iiillotf In MiU"i In ('If
h (', riii'l", mm (il llin stalwart
Vnl'V, "I"' " Sioillld K'hmI follow
mi ilu t il y Tniy.
Jl y Hianrli Tinker mknIii (rum out
;uirr ay Monday, Irellnif and
hni hali and Ii'rty .
M'-wa't ttil llili'tik ViU vli
, ui nty laal MuliinUy, lx.ii. k
i,kTf mi I'm Alton.
I.nntf, till" ( llm IniiifM-nlalivH
i of Oawegil, ttaa doing
,n ii, e i iiy Mondy
i, ;, A. MHI'T Maa elected grand
r nl Ilm Native Hun, it h nieHmg
Kr.n l Mm tills, oi'k,
V. :Mla, una ol Clarksmsa' lepra-
Luvk Urii.rr saying "wU," U
)irtm Ciiy friend yeaierday,
. . 11- ..... ..I K.
Ill, I TKIil'i utm in i'jii iiif w iiri
jUnlial if u ulliillnl, railing oil
Liron t'lijr Iriond Monday.
Maika, aori nl Coiinly fotiimia-
Vr llarka, iciii Irom Amur
,.y nl t -li 1 1 ii In liuainre matin
i, I Mra. J. W. Kmni, ol luytuo,
intliKiHy Ui Mimlay atii-iiding
Riding ol Mi I-"t' iter, Mia
H. Iluiat one. ol Aiit'iia' 'ii nil'
,lir nieti m In ll city Tin
Itrv (Hm-ik Ui Huii.Uy united in
limning.! H UraliauVs rliiir.li, all mll
oil', Ml- Ji-t.nl.. May ami J W. .Miller,
Mr Callintlnt I-mtt. an old (lm tn.
iliMll ol Orr,,, C,y died '0M(IIM
Tueaday. Tim remain Hen. uki-n to
Canl.y .,r ImiUI
TliHi liiiia wi-dding aiiiiivi'iHurv o Mr
and Mi II, Y Cum im iuri"! Mou.luy
Slid lliw lx nt Inn Ha I'i-Ii IhmIi.,1 ,y
Inl unli-riiiu ol a iiuiiiln-r of lln-if
Irli'inla. A iii"l injivlil turn r u 1 1 ) .
Mi. Flunk H. llu i lium nil I Mi. a Kln
llyxia Hrii mairlml at tli liumn ol tl,n
l.rl...' iiaionl. Mr. ami Mr John A,
Hvrra, ol CUi Imiii, on Tlnir!ay, Jnnn
l. Jhldi. (rv. IiiIiiihii I'aiki-r olliil-altnK.
Maiuifnf Ifirlitmaii, ol llm httr Cl.tli.
liiil II Hint, n-iurl that ii. oiM'iiiiig
In ftMilio,ii,i, alnini tl.ri-o week
do da flij iyci a vi ry tilac l.iry
trailn i-nt lint Ki-ntiial il.illm- in
IiiihIiikm rlrcli-a and IiiIcikI a.Mii
largrly to 1,1 alix k
imi. V. Miration, an rmnloypii of Ilia
Cron mill lial onn of lila arm liroknn
Him, lay luoriilng l,y falling from alialt
l,rraia a aljiiim( a Ix-lt Hal
lining dimly ami will um I out
Herniary J. A, Diimmat will rori'lui't
aurvlci- at tlia rugnlar 4 p. in. Y. M. C.
A. untitling Htimlay In the nnw building.
Moth limn ami wouu-n cordially Invited.
The llrat Cla4:kamaa county trwlT
rina ol tint aaon ml tlittir ii4aranr
In Ilia im!I inarknt Mumlay. Tliry
camn from ovm on Hid (Markamai rlvr,
It, V. Lniwn liaa iurliatif I lie
(irmariU Iiixat maikiil on Kuvwitli
lrent niar (Vnit-r and took jnairalofi
of lint auiiiii Mumlay iii'irtilng. Mr.
Ilrown la j n MTuifn,,il liu'rlifr and
will roiidui'l n lli"t i U" ali "p.
I'arftiia and friiimlaol I Im On-gon ('ily
lioy now Mivin Willi II'" Hucond Or
gon ai'tit llii'in a ralili'Kmm iin-vioua to
ilii-lr e.iilmrkifig for lioiutt n-im-atlng
tliciu to vol U) ri'inrn limmi !y way of
(!. W. I'lirri'tla lm I) in cli'i lnd an-r.
liiU'ii'li-iit ol tlm Mount Tlor acliixil.
Mr. I)iirn-tt Ifgan-arliool ork in Orw
goh In 1 H!5, hi llit ai liool U-Ing ln-rn
Jn OrfKon City, and lio liaa lin vry
active In itduralioiial work l(ir, liia
k'-rvlrf lH-ing inurli In di'inand at llio
varloua ti-ai'lifra' inMitiilca.
Mr. Iwi llinllirlnk iiiii lat
HViliifmUy of Imarl liM at tlm homo
of lirr aiir, Mra. Vo, at Wilaonyillo.
I)ceic It-avra lnil,nil and five
I'luldrrn. Funeral Tlir wrre Iml'l
Friday and wirn largnly atlttinlfd ai alie
had lived in tlil vicinity mot of lier
Ilia and waa lilglily eitiintl a friend
The lry ol Km (HMliuaotrr at flrn
g"U ( ly, Drt-gnn lia hi-rii raird to
II, WW, Tlm alary i on the
mount o iiiinim-M il.me Iiy tlm ollirr.
I ! )rr llin itH nijil t,f x ollirn Wir
i.inra turn m In llieclly Tm-a- j '""I V-'!. Ilm rTfi,t o llu otliitt
'a truing on Ma wy iiumo i,uio a j """w 'oanna . ia roimiainiy guar
Aaitiit liirn I Attorney Ililllirk
and Juditi Si'IhipIh-I wrnt up lo Canliy
Hnii.av wlirrv Mr. I'iinirk ,rooi'ni
i a li I nit Jiiln d Wail again! JaiiiK
Floyil whu waa airiiMd of tiling a
ln ri Tliv 'ratiuioiiy wa (iri-tty atrong
lnt llitt id I and ha aaalxniml
ovrr to lii granil jury.
. I li. FUi Ii and rlitldrrii li
I ;. ii-f.y for t'ludialli, U'ati ,
lr.i!i li I nuw iiik'k'id In Ilia
b a'l Imairira.
. and Mi. John It. Ilnmlrr)
i,nl Viliit-a.Uy fitun Iduir I
luiir, and will rrai'lo In cot
nil S'Vnnlli tprl.
Il A I'alllP. mlirtlllfl.i'llt of Ilia
In. nii acylum at Salriu, raiim
uii WiHliirvUv'tuvrt land liialtond
m matti-ra In t In tlll rourt.
nty (.iim lin t wa rrpiparhlpd In Ilia
r!rr ly l.r I lia. 1'liaM whu r
L rvry tlnfiat lotplv out ttial way and
nlrliratiori lulled lor tlm 4ih.
rr. iinllry, tint now airrrlary of
O.M.I'. A. la in haliuii lliiawrrk
tug w li hi itioll'itr I'revloii to ro-
iiiii lil ilulle nrll Moinlay.
!;r )tn alieiuled tlm grand lodgit
hi i, tlm Maiome Uhllea III I'urt
till r. k. llu liolion-d l.y
: rtit ted tirand I'alron ol Ida F-aal-
irlarv ol Ktat Imnliar rama down
Salem on Sunday inoruing'i ovrr
and In ruini-any wlih Fili ( nii
il, it Ued lflt to ll.rct llii) tl' (r
Kaiima liti liorjr.
J Irm llen, xiiiialrr at Hpring-
r liiadit tlm Kllti-rprlM lelit
I'tifi.tay . Il on hi way to
i ..; I I. -I ... I.. ! ..1I....I
f'lun.iuii: yiniiii imif. iii iiiiaii'i,
v a ilelegRiu from bum 1'lnr.
f lira h'ngtcr lia returned lo her
" in forvallia, wlicre ciixrta lg
hut during tho autiiiiurr. Mm wa
Miiniiled iy Mi l.auri'llii, wliu
vlmt liielld kl llial ilai-.
. N'eal and luvid A. Smlllt Ml
iduv (or Jtiiii'llon, to go ii tlm Mo
' "Ii nit forty in llct and drive Ave
hi feel of wliito fir, red 11 r and Imlni
to Oregon City for I'lia. Siaulding.
. It. A. Mllli-r, after an exteiuliHl
miiong relatlvoH and friend In tlili
Hi('iiiiiikl.li Iiy linr llieto, Mina
P' I'eelile, retlirimd to lier hoillB In
i'liiCity yioierday afterniKin. Salem
nmun, Junn 11.
. II. Multoon, of Viola, trgn
"K IiiihIiiiin at tint court Iioiiho Mull
in ion licit Ion wlili hi ponition a
uipervimir. While in tint city Mr.
I'Niii iileHNiintly reiiieiiiliored tlm
Muiiipowcr, one of (lie jileaHunt
f of (!Umr t'ruvk, w doing hiiHlncaa
Iohii Tiicaduv. Mr. Munipower
itliutliu hclluvea lie run iliticotint
"rye alory" of (Jco. Muoney'i by
rl inclici, Nttxt.
e tnuny friumia of Mitt Klla llolwrn,
uly of this city but now of Tort-
will I io (iluaHitil to know that ulie is
t'ig In the Firm Congrcgntioual
Nil Htul (luring Mm, Hoe lllucb-
I'T'a alimmnu w ill have cliargo of the
and Mra, Thoa. Funny nd grand-
lr, Mabtd i'tiacy, luf t Tucmlny
fiing for Stockton, ChI. Mr. Fiwcy
own here for about four years and
made many frlendu during Unit time.
("till own bin liotne at Hurlow and
to meet bin Oregon friende again.
r. W. P, Hawley, itipcrlntendent ol
ICrownFapur milla is now in Ran
'Siii Ihi-o attunding, to the gupttrviHion of
new pawr mill which will be built
rultvillo, Cal , about mven mlloe
'ti Ijiko Tuhoe, at a cost of aliout ono
U niillion dollarM. Work will be com
)utlie Si InieU I in hi olliclal c par
ity prraldrilat a wrdding wlurliixriirred
In tlm comity clerk' oltlie Tuewlity.
Cora It Tawtiey and H'altrr Cotiy were
tlm t'flm ipal and tlm groom Hal un
der '.'I yrara of ag he wa armed with
a writtrn riiiil from Ida mother an
Hint iing tlm art
The clreii at I'orllalld Heiiacd a
great altrai lion fur many of the Oregon
City HipU Monday and Tm.hy . lf
coin m Ilm children had to he given an
opportunity lo atudy natural hiatory
the m old gg hut a whole lot went
luttnjoat the aaine and they all got
llielr iiione) 'a worth.
The W. U. C. Auxiliary mwit In the
Armory tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock
lo ilim'U plan for the reception of our
Ihiv" now on tlmir way home fiom
Manila. Kepretteutativea of all the
diHereiil m ietiea in Ilm city are invited
lo meet w ith llii'in.
The uaual aert ice will be held next
Sunday morning at It o'clock at St.
Paul' Fplcopal church, with acrmon
hy the lector, the Kv. 1'. K. Hammond.
Ii, the evening the Iwght Key. It. Winter
Morrla, I. H. ltmhop ol Oregon, will
admin ater Hie Ai"tolic rite of continu
ation. Service at 8 o'clock.
Charlea K. Kunyon, court alenograiih
erol thi iudlcial dietrict, and Mix l lor
eiice Uliliop, ol California, were married
at the residence ol Judn T. A. Mcliridu
In ti ll city Wedneaday forenoon. Judge
.MclUI.lt performed the ceremony in the
preuence of a lew Iricn.l.
Kev. D. A. Wattera preiding elder
will prt-idde at the fourth (piHrlerly con
Icreuco lo be held at the Mothodittt
church Suturday evening at 8 o'clock.
Sunday morning the pulpit will I oc
cupied by Kev. Wattera, who will aluo
adiulnlHler tho aacrament of the Lord's
auppcr and In Ihe evening Children'"
Secretary Of Stale Dunbar and Coin
miiihioner lined relumed Wednesduy af
ternoon from their trip to the upper
Clackutiiaa, whore they were looking the
ground over to locate tho new hatchery.
The nioMl eultablo "ito appears to he just
across the river from the present build
ing. Tho board will meet in Fortlund
shortly to determine, the matter.
Huntley Hroa. have on exhibition in
their book store window a silver pitcher
which was secured by Jacob Schildamer
olf tho Spanish crulsor Cristobol Colon
after the battle of Santiago. Mr. Schil
damer served three years as fireman
on board the U. 8. S. Oregon and was
through all the exciting naval events of
the late war being discharged at Manila
early in May. Ua expects to ro enlist
again after a short visit with friends here.
A party of Oregon Cilyites loft yester
day for Northeastern Idaho where thoy
expect to spend about three months on
a government survey contract which
Surveyor Hands has secured. The
party is composed of F.rnest Hands, Geo
Swallord, Don Meldruui, Geo. Case,
Win Vaughn, Howard Hrownell, and
Rutherford Whitlock, of Portland.
O'fgon L'llr Xarket Hfport.
Wheat No, 1 merchantable, M cents
Flour I'orilafid, fll.3; Howard's
!Vt, $:i..'W; Fisher's l:t, .l.li Daylon ;
$ I'eacoi k, f l.tX)
Oa's In sk, white, 4'i to 41 tents mr
buxhel, gray, 42.
Milltnir-.lran, 17.00 ' per ton
short, $8.(Kl per ton.
I'otaloea (1 :W to fl.M ier sack.
Fgg, 13 to lo cent H-r dowm,
r.ulter Kaiii.h, 30 Ui40 cents per roll.
Onions, Hoc, H-r ack.
(ren apple, l 25 t f 2 50 per x.
Drieil Fruits Apple, unhleached, 3
cents; 50-xiu nd boxes, VaioraUtl( 7c.
prunes, 2 o 4 cent ; plum, 2 Ut 4c.
liacon llairis, H!i lo H'cerHs; aides
8 to 8,'g ; ahoulders, 7 to 8 ; lard H to 9
Flvext'd k and I)reied Meats Ileef,
llve,3 to4','c;h',llve4ito 4,'ichog
dreawed, 0 cents; sleep, f4 to
14.60 fier head; veal, dreed 7c,
I'oultre-Chickens, old .'l.50 lo t4 00;
turkeys, alive, 12 cents per pound.
Thomas Thurman, deputy sheriiT of
Trov, Mo, says If everyone in the
United Slates should discover the vlrlure
of DeWitt's Witch Ifszel Salve for piles,
rectal trouble and skin iiieas, the de
mand could not be supplied.
ito, A. IIabiuxo.
CT I V K 8 U f. 1 C I T () It 8 WANTKD
iV rvrryaln-r for "flia Hiory of Hi
l'liillipln" tr Murit llaua'l, conimls
lonfil hy Hi H'ivriiini.t a Olflelal II a
lorlao lo ilm War I't-pirtiiient. Tlm hook
a written In army rami at Sari Fran.
,raro, on the I'arlllo wllli i-rmral Mrrlit,
in in noaiiil at Honolulu, In llong
Kouk, In Ilm Aiimrlean trmr lir at Manila,
in Ilm InaurKtiit r'ain with Afroinal'lo, on
llm'trrk of Ilm Olyn,, wilh lrwi-v, ami
In Urn roar of l,aui ai Ilm fall of Manila.
H'umi.l lor aKenl. Ilrirnful n( onirinal
plclorr liken hv guvrrniimiil ploilo
Krlmr on Ilm kI. barir book. Iw
.rnr, II i K prolh. KrdtfM pall, Crclil
tfiven. Iinii, all lrahv iH'Otll'-ial war IxMik.
Hull)' fre. A't'lfM r. T. lUroer, Hc'y ,
Htar Jnauranca Uldg., Cliii K",
There is a time for all things. The
time to take DeWitl's Little Early
Kilters is when you are sutTering from
conatipation, biliouries, sii k-headache,
indigestion or other stomach or liver
troubles. Geo. A. Habiiimo.
The Y. M. C. A. Itoard of directors
held a meeting Tuesday and dlacnnied
the aflalr of the a' Ution. (ieneral
St relary Meade banded in his reaigna
lion which wa aeceiited, and the a-
calicy dlled hy tlm election of Mr. Alfred
(irilley, Mr. tirilh-y comes here very
highly recommended a an instructor In
athletics and general Y. M. C. A. work
and Ihe annotation is to Ite congratu
lated on securing his services.
The action aaiimt the county for
f i KM) damages wherein James Warn is
plauitiir, rame up in the circuit court on
Tuewlav on demurer. The complaint
state lhat plaintiff" had knowledge of the
defective condition of the road and un
der the special statutes of l.H'.iJ, when
ever any jterreiri has knowledge ol the
defective condition of a bridge or high
way and la injured while traveling there
on he cannot recover. The rourt sus
tained the demurrer. G. H. l'imii k and
T. J . Cleeton represented Ihe county
snd W. S. I" Ken and C. Schurbel the
The Congregational church will cele
brute Children's day next Sunday. At
II a. in. the children's church icrvices
will be held. The illtintrated sermon
ill be ( ecial iiiterenl to the young
lotk. At 8. p. in. Ihe Sunday School
ill render a pleasing program of song
snd recitations entitle I, "Our Mission" j
This Is to le made a children's day ;
supreme. Not alone the children of our
school but all others who are not en-
gaged otherw ise during the morning
hour are cordially invited to be with us. j
The Sam T. Shaw company are play-;
ing an engagement here this week and '
giving splendid satisfaction. Their re- j
pertolro Is an extended one and em
braces all the favorite standards. The
company includes 23 eople and they
carry a full brass band (or street con
certs, and an excellent orchestra. In
spile of several counter attractions this
week Ihe company has played to fairly
good house and have made many ad
mirers. The bill for tonight will lie;
"I'iuk Pominos," a rattling furce com
edy. Tomorrow afternoon the company i
makes a departure Irom dramatic work j
an I will present that vaudeville bill ofi
which so much has been said, and clou- j
ing their engagement tomorrow evening !
with Kdward K. Kose's Btory of Wall j
street struggles "The Westerner." j
I'robute Court. !
In the matter of the estate of Teter
Taylor, deceased. The final report ol
Fdna Taylor, as administratrix, was
llled June Ot It and approved and an
order issnud discharging administratrix.
Grand clearance sale, below cost, for i
ten davs onlv on everv thing in the
millinery line at Miss Goldsmith's. j
Furnished rooms pluasantjy located
apply at this olllce.
J. A. Schear, of Sedalia, Mo,, saved
his child from death by croup by using
Ono Minute Cough Cure. It cures
coughs, colds, pneumonia, lagrlppe and
all throat and lung troubles.
Gko. A. IIardiku.
XS'ti pay premium for wart-mil
wild It will b your I n I exert t to
It'ct our price before veiling.
i iir.ii i.m: oroitiujo.-v Trv
LsfJigg If X "U denlrsstranapsreiii, clear
: and frear, complexion,
Use Dr. Bourdon's French
Arsenic Complexion Wafers
the only reliable bt-aulirier of Ilm com-
pinion, akin and form known. In ths I
(llrerlioii lor which they are inti-rulH, their i
elli-cl U' simply magical Tlm moat '.
uniiiilinK Iraii-formaiion In eroiial ap
pearanee la l,roii(hl atfiul hy their ateaHy
ii mi. 1'm-mIii the WIZARD'S TOUCH
In prixtuchik' and preaerving beauty of
form by ur-ly developing a irsmpireory
and iiellucid clearneaa of complexion, '
hMly contuur of form, brilliant eye, ,
oft iiikxiIIi akin, wlirre, by lia:ure, Ilm re- '
vemeexinta. Kvrii llif coAHniar ASD Motrr
sri i'ijov "Kis marred hy xi.r.a, moth,
hi.ai mirtl't. riMri ra, and vt m i.
vn Low as ii aci.i.v Kl, and other ri itl
IHtrioCkratxT, are iierinanenlly removed
and a tlelicluinly clear and rrtlned cum
pleiion aure.. enhancing a lad)' lovrli
liraa bryonrt her rnonl exiravaKint expeo
Ijitllra, Von t'mu be llrwiilHul, j
no mailer who you are or what your di j
llgiireiiietit nmy he )ou ran mike your-1
elf a liainlMiriia a any lady in the land
hy the us of
Dr. B:nr.3i'i Arssaic CoejIeiIoi Waren !
1'aeil by men Ilm reaulta are eUlly fa- j
vorable. I'rice, small box .V) rent. Large ;
vii $1.01 or special order of nix lara boxea I
VViJ Hen I in any addrrna under plain
rover on. recripi of ihe above amount.
Write for circular.
Till: 1MKIIAX lIH Ca O.
I'll MontKuincry Sireel, San Francisco.
Baart tU f VfA H Alairl fcajH
Cons.imptlon la preventable? Science)
I its proven that, and also that neglect Is)
suicidal. The worst cold or cough can
be enred with nhiloh's Cough and Con
sumption Cure. Hold on positive guar
antee for over Dfty years, C. O.
Wbst you want is not temporary re
lief from piles but a cure to stay cured.
DeWitt's Witch Ifaxtd Salve cures pile
and they stay cored. Uxo. A IIamomu.
FARMERS . . .
Your team will have the Lent
of care and
Full Measure of Feed
W. H. YOUNC, Prop.,
Bitwaaaorato W. H. CoOk
Livery Rigs on Short Notice.
Telephone No. 42.
We realize that the nummer eeaoon in our lineofgooda
is nearly over and not wishing to carry any stock over for
another season especially as we need room for our Fall and
Winter Stock which is now ready to he shipped from the eastern
manufacturers and will arrive about July 10th we will sell all
our .Summer Stock ct MANUFACTURERS PRICES.
Furnishing Goods. . One Pries
Shoes, Etc. House.
We call your attention to our line of Fine Pants the best
in the city and will be Bold at coBt of manufacturing. Don't
miss the opportunity.
A new Btock of Ladies and Children's Shoes have just
arrived. Prices and quality cannot be duplicated anywhere
unless at 2o jer cent more than our prices.
The SStar Clothing House.
Harding Illork, opposite
Commercial Hank. Oregon City, Or.
BELLOMY & BUSCH
How Can I Drape My Lace
Curtains has been the
This illustration "hows a
Ruflled Ilobhinrt Curtain with
Point do Paris lace and insertion
and shows what a handsome
effect can lw produced at small
cost. Rullled curtains should be
used as sill curtnins, not hang
ing over nix inches lelowsill,
making a graceful, stylish, wash
able and inexpensive Drapery.
Hemp Carpet per yard.
Wool Carpet light "
Wool Cariiet, heavy "
Ingrain Wool "
Ingrain Woi 1, heavy "
r j . i
i r. . init,i
.11' ItMl M . J. 4M.
I ir TV' K i. i f Xtv
With every purchase of at
least one pair of Lace Curtains
we give a little picture showing
a simple but rery artistic style
of draping Bay Windows.
Prices of Novelty Curtains
$1.50, $2.50, $2.75, and $4.00
Strange as it may seem
there nttir has been produced
But One Carpet Sweeper
that has (drtn entire lattafaction
to both DEALER and USER,
FOR TWENTY-TWO YEARS
The Acknowledged Leader on the Market,
Always the Best,
Every One Guaranteed.
The Habit of
at Bellomy &
It is a good
habit. It is
It is a habit
save in their
a habit that
becomes more fixed the oftener people buy here and the broad reason is satis
faction. Teople are satisfied with our carpets. Feople are satisfied with our
prices. People are satisfied with the ways of the store, its manners and methods.
ai I v. j-.i. v ;j-jt.t. 1L..?V?f.-;.4..-..f t CA
Matting 10c. per yard.
Hammocks from 75c. i
This is a good store in which to spend dollars, if you have them, and thousands if you have them.
But it's an equally good store in which to spend pennies. No advance in our prices.